Scholarships

Aquinas College maintains an extensive scholarship program. Scholarship applicants must be a degree-seeking student in a designated program; have and maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 unless otherwise stated; and, register for and complete the minimum credit hours stated.

Scholarships are renewable on a semester-by-semester basis, provided the student maintains the required cumulative grade point average and other criteria as specified by the donor.

Scholarships are awarded according to the decisions of the Office of Financial Aid and the Scholarship Committee appointed by the President of the College.  All scholarship amounts are subject to change and scholarships may be added or deleted at any time.

Endowed Scholarships

Aquinas College awards scholarships provided by friends of and donors to Aquinas College. Each scholarship has criteria specified by the donor. The Aquinas College Scholarship Committee determines eligibility based on these requirements and awards scholarships accordingly.

Scholarships in the School of Education

The Ann and Monroe Carell, Jr. Catholic Teacher Education Scholarship
The J.W. Carell Family Scholarship
The Andrew Marianelli Teacher Education Scholarship
The Angela Healey McCormick Memorial Scholarship
The Jim and Marion Clayton Scholarship for the Education of the Dominican Sisters
The Judge William R. Baker Scholarship
The Anne and Kevin Lynch Family Scholarship

Scholarships in the Arts & Sciences Programs

The J. Randall Wyatt, Jr. Scholarship Fund
The Sister Henry Suso Scholarship
The Jean and Bernard Curran Scholarship Fund
The Evelyn Howington Scholarship

General Scholarships

The Mary Sue and Joel Cheek Scholarship Fund
The Margaret and Dan Maddox Tuition Assistance Scholarship.
The Grannis Family Scholarship Fund
The Sister Dominica Scholarship
The Marianelli Scholarship
The Janet and Bill Bachus Family Scholarship
The Terry O’Rourke Scholarship

Outside Scholarships

Students are encouraged to research the availability of funds from private foundations and organizations. Students must inform the Office of Financial Aid upon receipt of an outside scholarship.